I had seen this deep conditioning hair mask all over the internet, raving reviews from influencers, so, I thought I’d try it as my trusty Olaplex No.3 had ran out.
My hair started falling out last June and I have been trying anything to get it back to how it was. Olaplex No.3 and supplements have been doing wonders for my hair and I had heard that the Phillip Kingsley Elasticizer helps grow your hair back, so I thought it was worth a try!
Firstly, let’s discuss the packaging. The deep conditioning treatment comes in a white tub with silver embossed writing on. It’s pink and white, very girly. It’s easy to open and you scoop the hair mask out with your fingers!
The treatment itself is to be used on damp hair and left for 20 minutes or longer, once a week. I usually leave mine on for about an hour, then I follow on by shampooing and conditioning.
After trialling it for about six weeks, it’s hard to say whether it’s working, however I do notice my hair is thicker every time I use it. I’ve purchased a second tub and will continue to use once a week and I will update this post once I’ve trialled for a few more months.
Is it worth the hype? Only time will tell. But so far I’m happy with how voluminous my once brittle and thin hair looked.
It retails from £19.00, so it’s definitely worth buying if you’re after a great hair mask and are suffering from hair loss or damaged hair.